Julius B Lucks
University of California Berkeley, 2008-2011
Hertz Graduate Fellow
Harvard University, 2002-2007
Ph D, Chemical Physics
Cambridge University, 2001-2002
M. Phil, Theoretical Chemistry
Goldwater Scholar (2000-2001)
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 1997-2001
- 2014. "Creating small transcription activating RNAs." Nature Chemical Biology. .
- 2014. "SHAPE-Seq 2.0: Systematic optimization and extension of high-throughput chemical probing of RNA secondary structure with next-generation sequencing." Nucleic Acids Research 42 (000): doi: 10.1093/nar/qku909. .
- 2014. "Rapidly characterizing the fast dynamics of RNA genetic circuitry with in vitro transcription-translation (TX-TL) reactions." ACS Synthetic Biology. .
- 2013. "A modular strategy for engineering orthogonal chimeric RNA transcription regulators." Nucleic Acids Research 41: 7577-7588. .
- 2012. "SHAPE-Seq: High Throughput RNA Structure Analysis." Current Protocols in Chemical Biology 4: 275-297. .
Selected Awards and Honors
- Young Faculty Award (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)) 2012
- Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation) 2013
- Office of Naval Research Young Investigator (Office of Naval Research) 2013
- NIH Director's New Innovator Award (National Institute of Health (NIH)) 2013
- NSF CAREER Award (National Science Foundation) 2015
- BS (Chemistry), University of North Carolina, 2001
- M.Phil (Theoretical Chemistry), Cambridge University, 2002
- M. Sc. (Physics), Harvard University, 2004
- Ph D (Chemical Physics), Harvard University, 2007